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Help Protect Lake Memphremagog!

New England Waste Services of Vermont (Casella, Inc.), the owner and operator of the landfill in Coventry, has applied for an amendment to their solid waste certification. If approved, this amendment would allow them to install a facility to remove (only) some of the PFAS and other contaminants that they are currently discharging into the Memphremagog watershed.
No contamination should be discharged in the Memphremagog watershed!!
You can help save Lake Memphremagog by:

Let the Vemont Department of Environmental Conservation know you want to ban all contaminated discharges!!:

Attend the Public Meeting Thursday, 9/22 (6:00 PM)
1) In Person at the Newport Gateway Center, 84 Fyfe Rd., Newport.
OR
2) Virtually via Microsoft Teams:

Microsoft Teams meeting
Click here to join the meeting
Meeting ID: 244 597 309 903
Passcode: 2kdAD7

Provide your comment expressing your opposition by either:
1)  Accessing the Permit Amendment info through the ENB Website and clicking the comment button.
OR
2) Emailing your comment:
To: Kasey.Kathan@vermont.gov
Subject: Public comment for permit # OL510-2022-2
Deadline: 9/29/2022

This is an opportunity to voice your concerns and make recommendations to stop further degradation of the lake and its environment.   Ensure that the state will stop and prevent all contaminated waters from flowing into the Memphremagog watershed.

We must protect the lake to restore the lake!

128 Acre Landfill in Coventry overlooking the South Bay of Lake Memphremagog

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Through our research, monitoring of water quality reports and published testing, testimony to legislators, and our own petitions for improved regulatory and testing policies, we focus on keeping our water clean and healthy for all.   

Educate

Classroom 2By holding scheduled meetings for stakeholders and the public, participating in press conferences, writing public comments and media articles, we are working hard to inform and engage the public.

Collaborate

CollaborateCollaboration is a key to accomplishing our goal. Working together with other environmental groups raises our combined knowledge, and provides a strong platform to make the biggest impact.  



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Please join us in the fight to restore and protect Lake Memphremagog!



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(Header photo by Jeff Gerade, 2018)

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